Chennai Super Kings(CSK) vs Lucknow Super Giants(LSG) 6th Match

Today is the 6th match of IPL 16 edition, which will be played between Chennai Super Kings(CSK) vs Lucknow SuperGiants(LSG) Today.

Today match Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow SuperGiants 6th Match

Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow Super Giants 6th Match
Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow Super GiantsĀ 

Chennai Super Kings and Lucknow SuperGiants are Indian Premier League cricket franchises. While CSK is a four-time winner and widely recognized as one of the greatest and the most difficult to fight against, LSG made its debut in the 2022 edition. The Chennai Super Kings vs Lucknow Super Giants head to head is not much to show, but it was certainly a mouth-watering clash last year and will continue to be so.

Chennai Super Kings will face Lucknow SuperGiants in the sixth match of the current Indian Premier League 2023 on Monday, April 3, at the MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. Former Indian captain and icon MS Dhoni will head CSK, while KL Rahul will lead LSG and aim to capture the cup this time.

CSK have been a constant presence in the playoffs and have won 4 IPL trophies so far. In the last season as well, CSK were the defending champions, but their performance was far from it. They managed just 4 wins in 14 games. It was one of their worst performances in the IPL.

Chennai Super Kings will want to bounce back after the poor show in the last season, while LSG wants to continue their impressive run in the IPL so far.

Chennai Super Kings(CSK) vs Lucknow Super Giants(LSG) 6th Match

Chennai Super Kings(CSK) vs Lucknow Super Giants(LSG) 6th Match

CSK get their home ground back for full season

If your reflexes do slow down with age, how do the ‘Dad’s Army’ of Chennai Super Kings plan to face Mark Wood’s blistering pace on Monday? Jokes aside, Super Kings‘ youngest batsman Ruturaj Gaikwad was in scintillating form in his opening game and could again hold the key with his ability to hit the good balls to the boundary. Jokes aside, as coach Stephen Fleming said after the game, his other batsmen needed to step up, as Gaikwad had prepared a long runway for them to take them to 114 for 3 in 12 overs, but he Could not progress in the middle overs. , managed just 64 more in eight overs.

However, their most comforting factor is that they return to their lair after a long four-year hiatus. They have always picked their spinners based on the conditions at Chepauk, batted well there and won 40 of their 56 matches at home.

Many of the Lucknow SuperGiants players will be unfamiliar with that ground, but some of the Super Kings players will be too. The Super Giants’ confidence will be further boosted by how their power hitters smashed 16 sixes (and just five fours) on a challenging pitch on Saturday night to bundle out 193 in Lucknow. He will now have to ensure he adapts smartly on a more turning pitch – he scored 73 runs in eight overs of spin against the Delhi Capitals – and quickly after flying from Lucknow to Chennai with only a day’s gap Prepare for the game from

Lucknow SuperGiants

Did the Supergiants use an impact player in their first match? Batting first, he brought on Gautam after 19.5 overs, when Ayush Badoni was dismissed for 18 off seven balls, and Gautam hit his only ball for a six. Gautam then bowled four overs conceding just 23 runs despite heavy dew. If they bat first and bowl first, they can do the same on Monday. Additionally, they could also opt for an additional spinner in place of Jaydev Unadkat, who went for 39 runs in three overs against the Capitals and has a forgettable record against both MS Dhoni and the Super Kings.

Chennai Super Kings

The Super Kings might want to rethink their strategy from the first game. It was a good idea to bring on Tushar Deshpande for Ambati Rayudu after finishing the bat, but the bowler went for 51 runs in just 3.2 overs. But without Magala, Tikshana and Pathirana, their only experienced replacement in Deshpande is Simarjit Singh as Dwayne Pretorius cannot be brought in if they start with four overseas players. After knowing MS Dhoni, he might not make any changes.

Team news

Quinton de Kock will fly to Chennai after South Africa’s final ODI against Netherlands finishes on Sunday evening, which makes his participation for Monday highly unlikely. However, Super Giants won’t sweat over it considering the way Kyle Mayers opened with a 38-ball 73 in their first game.

Similarly, Super Kings will be without Sisanda Magala, who’s with the South Africa squad, and the Sri Lanka pair of Maheesh Theekshana and Matheesha Pathirana who are missing their first three games because of the ongoing T20Is in New Zealand

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